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This powerful memoir delves into the deeply personal struggles of the New York Times bestselling author, as she confronts her fraught relationship with food, weight, and self-image. Through a candid and moving portrayal of her own experiences, Roxane Gay provides insight into the shared anxieties we all face over consumption, appearance, and health, and ultimately learns how to care for herself in a world that can feel increasingly isolating. With unflinching honesty and searing emotional depth, Hunger is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand and heal their own relationship with their body.
@stewartdantec I’ve intentionally read a lot of books this year and Hunger by @rgay has really stayed with me. More on my list at #AprilReads – source
This inspiring book tells the story of Fauja Singh, who broke world records and became the first 100-year-old to run a marathon. It shares lessons on grit, determination, and representation of the Sikh community. Fauja's story shows us that every step forward is a victory, and reminds us that it's both where we start and how we finish that make our journeys unforgettable.
LOVE this book! Proud to have it on my shelf. – source